2012 WAVE Awards

The South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority earned two Wave Awards.

The first, "Energy Savers Award" for its recently commissioned Co-generation System uses biogas, a by-product of anaerobic digestion. The system currently saves $270,000 annually in electricity as well as another $33,600 in annual natural gas savings.

The Second Award won was in the “Forward Thinking” category for the redesign of a pump station located in a flood-prone area in Sea Girt. The station is designed such that crucial equipment, which potentially could be damaged by floodwater, can be removed when a flood event is predicted. This design enables SMRSA to avoid potential costly equipment loss while maintaining pumping capacity during flooding conditions.

Accepting the AEA 2012 WAVE Achievement Awards for the SMRSA are Bernard J. Bujak, Finance and Administration Manager and James P. Brennan, Superintendant.

2012 WAVE Awards
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